This post has been in the works for a long time. Why? My friend Mike Williams gave this camera to me almost 6 months ago, Christmas 2017. Mike knew I’d been very happy with the Nikon F and Nikomat FTn. And to this day, Mike says this is his best find at Goodwill. I think […]Read More Nikon F2 Photomic (1971 – 1980)
Last year my film-photographer-partner-in-crime, Mike Williams, sent me a Nikon N2000 with Nikkor 50mm lens. Mike had wrapped the camera and lens in several layers of bubble wrap before placing in the box. That however didn’t stop USPS from damaging the contents. When I received the box, one side was damaged to the point that […]Read More Nikon EM & Nikkor-S 50mm 1.4
Camera: Yashica Electro 35 GS (1970 – 1973) Film: Kodak Tri-X 400 (Expired 6/10) bought at Goodwill for $.99 Process: RepliColor, Salt Lake City, UT Scanner: Epson Perfection V600 Photo This Post Sponsored by: 24/7 Camera Bags at Adorama – Created for the urban photographer looking for infallible support and organization when shooting from […]Read More Expired, Retired, and Still Fired – Part 2
This week we’re featuring a guest post from Maurice Greeson. I’ve come to know Maurice from visiting the Ogden Union Station Restoration Shop in Ogden, Utah. Each week, members of The Golden Spike Chapter of the Railway & Locomotive Historical Society volunteer time restoring, Denver & Rio Grande Western railroad steam locomotive #223 to an […]Read More Kodak No. 1 Panoram
For the past month I’ve been running test film through various cameras so I can share the results here. This week, I want to show off some of the most recent additions to my collection. Yashica A – 120 Film (1959 – 1969) Pentax Spotmatic – 35mm Film (1964 – 1973) Nikon […]Read More Camera Collection
This is one of those moments where you attempt to accomplish something, but you have so much that you want to do, you don’t know where to start. Let me begin with who I am and what direction I want for Utah Film Photography. I’m Shaun Nelson, a photographer from South Ogden, Utah, USA. I […]Read More Who Are You? Why Film? Why Now?